Chris Murphy, Published December 01 2012
Jablonski attends Moorhead hockey gameMOORHEAD – Jack Jablonski, who was left paralyzed after a push in the back sent him into the boards last season during a Benilde-St. Margaret’s junior varsity boys hockey game, was in attendance to watch the Red Knights varsity take on Moorhead on Saturday.
“It’s nice just to know people are thinking about me,” Jablonski said Saturday in between cheers for Benilde-St Margaret’s. “It’s amazing to know that there’s so many people who know my story. It makes me grateful for what I have, and anything anyone is willing to offer is just amazing.”
Jablonski has begun moving his legs recently, although there’s still no feeling in his legs.
“It’s surreal to see my legs move,” Jablonski said. “I don’t know how to explain it. After what happened, to have that is so positive. Obviously, to walk is the hope, but, realistically, it’s about trying to get as much function back and feeling in whatever I can possible get. There’s always hope.”